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Job TitleDean College of Arts and Sciences
OrganizationConcordia University Texas
ContactKim Akalski
Address11400 Concordia University Drive
 Office D-101A 
LocationAustin, Texas 78726
Position Overview-POSITION SUMMARY

Under the general direction of the Associate Provost, the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences is responsible for managing faculty and curriculum management, and staff as assigned under the assigned college’s organizational chart to include Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, Applied Sciences, and Humanities. Provides leadership to assigned school directors as it relates to scheduling and advising activities necessary to support students and effectively and efficiently implement curriculum and academic policies. This position requires outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

Please go to Concordia University Texas web page for the full job posting and how to apply:


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